Parks and Recreation Board

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Powers and Duties: "It shall be the duty of the Parks and Recreation Board to:

  1. Adopt a set of bylaws and establish policies and procedures for the proper administration of the Parks and Recreation Program of the City, subject to the approval of the City Council.
  2. Encourage and facilitate the establishment and maintenance of parks, playgrounds, playfields, centers, swimming pools and other park and recreation facilities, on properties owned and controlled by the City or public properties, with the consent of the owners and authorities thereof.
  3. Encourage the establishment of a supervised recreation program for all ages, on properties owned and controlled by the City or on private or public properties, with the consent of the owners and authorities thereof.
  4. Recommend for acquisition by the City Council certain lands and buildings deemed necessary for the use of the City Parks and Recreation Program, the location of which shall have the approval of the City Planning Commission.
  5. Study and submit recommendations for the improvements and expansion of the parks and recreation facilities program.
  6. Cooperate with all agencies, groups and clubs concerned with recreation in the City.
  7. Recommend for consideration by the City Council, upon approval of the City Manager, the utilization of any and all authority granted to municipalities under State enabling legislation which affects parks or recreation.
  8. Submit monthly and/or annual reports and such other reports as from time to time may be requested.
  9. Study and recommend to the Council, through the City Manager, ways and means of financing the parks and recreation facilities and program.
  10. Recommend the establishment of standing committees and other such committees as from time to time may be deemed necessary."
- Hurst Code of Ordinances, Sec. 15-25

Members: Seven (7) regular members; two (2) alternate members with the power to vote in the absence of regular members.
Term: Two years for regular members; one year for alternate members

- Hurst Code of Ordinances, Sections 15-21 and 15-22 
Meetings: Third Thursday of each month at Hurst Public Library at 6 p.m.

Place 1
Name: Ralph Hurd 
Term Expires: 2018

Place 2
Name: Pat King 
Term Expires: 2019

Place 3
Name: Karen Spencer 
Term Expires: 2019

Place 4
Name: Bob Walker 
Term Expires: 2018

Place 5
Name: Rod Robertson **
Term Expires: 2018

Place 6
Name: Cathy Thompson
Term Expires: 2019

Place 7
Name: Alan Neace * 
Term Expires: 2018

Alternate Place 1
Name: Gary Waldron 
Term Expires: 2018

Alternate Place 2
Name: Jessica Martin
Term Expires: 2018
 
* Chair 
** Vice Chair

 

Agendas & Minutes

2017

October 19,2017 Agenda
September 21, 2017
August 17, 2017 Minutes
August 17. 2017 Agenda
July 20, 2017 Minutes
July 20, 2017 Agenda
June 2017 Minutes
June 2017 Agenda
April 20, 2017 Minutes
April 20, 2017 Agenda
January 2017 Minutes
January 2017 Agenda
February 2017 Minutes
February 2017 Agenda

2016
October 2016 Agenda
September 2016 Agenda
August 2016 Agenda
July 2016 Agenda
June 2016 Agenda
May 2016 Agenda
March 2016 Agenda